Munyaradzi Chidzonga, the country’s representative in Big Brother All Stars, fancies himself a politician after surviving his seventh Big Brother All Stars nomination on Sunday and his biggest dream at the moment is an encounter with President Robert Mugabe.
The 24-year-old, who has charmed Africa to his side, confided this dream to Botswana’s Kaone Ramontshonyana after seeing Malawi’s “best DJ” Code Sangala kicked off the show last Sunday.
In a late night chat with Kaone, he said: “It was always a dream of mine to go into politics.” He then declared his desire to meet President Mugabe.
“I wanna meet my President and that for me would be a dream come true,” said the dad of one who revealed his girlfriend, ex-Idols contestant Adiona Maboreke, had performed for Zimbabwe’s First Family.
“My girlfriend has met the President, the group she sings with . . . one of the ladies is cousins with the President’s wife, they sing for her,” Munya added.
“She sang at the President’s son’s birthday party. I could have gone, I could have met him.”
Earlier, Munya, who was up for eviction with Code and Nigeria’s Uti Nwachukwu, clasped his hands together in a prayer posture when he was told he was safe for another week as the show reached the halfway stage.
Uti won votes from eight countries, Angola, Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Mozambique, Nigeria, Tanzania and Uganda while Munya got votes from Botswana, Namibia, South Africa, Zambia, Zimbabwe and the Rest of Africa. Code’s single vote to save him came from his country Malawi.
Munya was not nominated for eviction this week after six weeks of consecutive nominations. – New Zim/Staff Writer